Bookkeeping & Administration

What is a bookkeeper?

 

A bookkeeper is someone who keeps financial records for a business, traditionally in the form of ledger journals and these are often referred to as 'the books'.

 

 

Bookkeeping

 

Doing the books can be a pain, it takes you away from the real business of doing what you're good at.  We are all guilty of putting off the things we don't like now and then.

 

If this sounds a little familiar then maybe I can help.  Maybe you DO keep on top of things, but would like someone else to carry out the day to day bits? 

 

If you are struggling a little with your bookkeeping then consider getting in touch.  We all need support now and then and I may just be able to help. 

 

 

Why do I need a bookkeeper?

 

  • For any business, however small, it is a legal requirement to keep accurate accounting records.
  • Avoid penalties for late filing of accounts, VAT or CIS returns.
  • Recording all expenses can ensure you pay less tax.
  • Know the state of your own business and monitor trends. Making decision making easier.
  • Ensure suppliers are paid on time and the correct amount.
  • Make year end a smooth process.
  • Free up your own time.

 

 

Client confidentiality is absolutely paramount as financial records and employee details are always of a confidential and sensitive nature.  You can be assured of a discreet and professional service.   

Contact us today!

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